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Sep 23, 2012 11:00pm PDT
, around the united states and around the world. even though he's not as recognizable as his brother, long time ktvu reporter, bob. his work has been just as important in building ktvu's reputation as one of the top news organizers around the country. he's covered every kind of story from city council meetings to presidential visits. from small rainstorms to major flooding. from house fires to wildfires. and in 1985, he john almost became the story when the fire he was covering nearly covered him and reporter john faller. -- john fowler. >> a warning of impending parrell. >> we're out of here. hey, bob. i got to go. >> they have to turn their truck outside this dirt trail for the fire is jumping the lines up ahead. >> let's go! there's the fire right there. >> yeah, i know. >> cameraman, john, park ranger guide and i are in the last car. >>> it's impossible to describe the heat, the smell, the sound of a wildfire. >> [ fire ] >> our only out is through the fire. somewhat subsided now. the only casualty, a forest truck abandoned. he cooley described what happened. >> the backfire buil
Sep 16, 2012 11:00pm PDT
that was available was presented and i'm also satisfied that once the case reaches the united states supreme court they will find that california hasn't acted in a way consistent with the supreme courts previous ruling. >> you are or would you hold any malice toward society? >> no, i don't think so. but this is even the traditional questions in which you make me anticipate a situation that doesn't exist. and give answers that are purely academic and i can't do that and won't attempt to. with new degree of fairness, and spur of the moment. i haven't thought subjectly how i would feel. >> now at one point governor pat brown stayed carol chapman's execution. but the governor refused to do so a second time. with chestman set to die on may two, 1960 his attorney went to federal court to ask a judge for a stay of execution and as the clock ticked toward 10:00 a.m., the time for the pellets to draw. he issued a stay just one minute before 10:00. the problem is his secretary called san quentin to tell the warden but misdialed. when she finally got through, the warden told her the execution has alrea
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